Perinatal COVID-19 Vaccine Initiative:
Asynchronous Training Recording

Communication Skills Training for Clinicians Discussing COVID-19 Vaccination

Length: 75 minutes

This content is an asynchronous recording of "Communication Skills Training for Clinicians Discussing COVID-19 Vaccination", a training webinar that was delivered live via Zoom from December 2021 to February 2022. 


This training webinar was designed to improve the counseling skills of Massachusetts clinicians for discussing COVID-19 vaccination with ​pregnant and postpartum people, parents and caregivers of young children, and families. The training also focuses on addressing vaccine hesitancy and eliminating racial disparities in rates of COVID-19 vaccination.

 

ATTENTION: We are currently in the process of applying for CEU and CME credits for this asynchronous training. Thank you for your patience.

 

NOTE: We are only able to provide FREE CE credits to Massachusetts clinicians at this time. If you practice outside of Massachusetts, the option to pay for credits is being considered. Credits will be awarded approximately 4 weeks after submission of participant registration information to the accrediting bodies. Thank you for your understanding!

 

 

 

 

 

Click here to download a PDF of the training slides

 

 

This training webinar is provided in partnership by PNQIN, MDPH, and the Center for Integrated Primary Care at UMass Chan Medical School and is part of PNQIN's Perinatal COVID-19 Vaccine Initiative. 

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PNQIN has received additional CDC funding to engage hospitals, stakeholders, and educational platforms to improve provider capacity, protocol implementation and clinical-community care linkages for equitable delivery of Covid-19 vaccines to pregnant and postpartum people, parents and caregivers of young children, and families.